I am aspiring filmmaker and I am at the point where I want to write a feature length script and make the movie, and want to get distribution. It's really make or break in this business, and I have helped make several short films over the years, and feel that it's time to do something big. However, I am not sure if the screenplay I wrote, is good enough to make into a movie. I don't want to be a waste of time, and people think that the writing sucks. I showed the script to some people I know and asked from brutally honest opinions, since honesty is what helps. I got various different opinions. Some said they really liked it and were impressed. The other's said it was too far fetched, with some holes in it, and it doesn't gel. The others said that it is decently written for a script that is written for low budget, within limited resources, as oppose to being able to develop the premise, with unlimited budget, and therefore much more options of where to go with the story. The others said that they were not sure what to think of it, and would have to see the movie first, to get a full grasp of the whole thing. So what do you think? Out of every say 5 people I show it to, how many have to like it, before you know it's good? Or is that not the way to know at all?